Summary: This unit doesn't connect to Hulu, or Netflix, read the description very carefully. I'm really not even sure what it does. It connected to my media server, to a point. I had it and my media server hard-wired to the same router, 3 feet from one another.
Summary: I cannot get it to work consistently. It's just not compatible with Windows 7. I've changed media server software on the computer, updated the netgear, done everything I can think of (and I'm very good with computers). It just doesn't work. Spend more money and get one that works.
Summary: This product is conceptually good and seems to predict the future alternative to cable and satellite as far as accessing tv channels in a more cost effective way. However at this stage the EVA 2000 falls short.
Summary: I bought this unit today thinking it had a lot of neat sounding features. Lets start. First - Yes you can play lots of channels. About 80% of them are news channels. Some from other parts of the world. It is most unfortunate I have better things to do than watch news channels.
Summary: This unit does what it says: shows your media and some Internet content on your TV. So pretty much all of its "specifications" are its pros. But I'd like to talk about its cons: Navigation/user interface is not much different than that of "flashback to the past" gaming console toys - that is, very...
Summary: Returned this after trying it out for about 30 minutes. When I played a video through it, the video was very grainy and looked almost like an 8-bit video game. Played the same video off of the computer I was trying to replace the same way (streaming) and the video was excellent...
Summary: Currently we use an XBox 360 to watch archived (mainly DivX) media from our windows home server and netflix on-demand content on a 40" 1080P TV. We bought this device and its matching wifi dongle to allow us to watch the same content in our bedroom.